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EL NINO77

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  1. Xp ORX is a very effective detector, which will do what it is supposed to do... in almost all detection situations... setting the reactivity to 2.5 to 3 ..significantly improves the unmasking of targets.. note ... sometimes in unmasking you can use the sound setting to OFF to check the signal ... and this can help you uncover other targets
  2. The myth of the big coil still applies, in this case you get a bit more depth on the 11x13" D2 coil than on the round 11" coil... we recently did comparison tests in the field... and the 11X13" D2 big coil has a deep advantage in this case... This terrain is very specific...because it strongly reduces the detection depth of coin detection...but for the best depth results...here you have to use really very low reactivity in all test detectors.. Vincente. /with Deus 2/,... Me and ...Pasadete... in detector testing..
  3. If we go, we can say.. that the predecessor of the design for Quest was the "vertical design" of the XP panel, and Quest put the panel in a fixed handle with built-in batteries.. as for the Nokty Legend, the design and operation of the multi-frequency are quite similar to the design and operation of the Equinox multi-frequency "Multi -IQ"...,, but let's leave it to the experts to determine how similar or dissimilar these detectors are...
  4. GB_Amateur....Basically, in both cases, it is always a good signal-graph target... a clearly vertical straight line of the signal is the best option..πŸ‘...
  5. at minute 1:57 in the video, a low-conductivity target is tested... take the video window and you can see very well how the target signal is graphically represented... a straight vertical line of the signal means that it is a good fixed target... if the signal graphic is heavily scattered across the screen, this usually means a lower-quality "Non coin" signal, especially for checking the target by sweeping the coil by 90 degrees.. I dug up most /15/..of my 18 best signals.. based on accurate VDI with accurate hodograph graphic display...with Rutus Alter 71 and Rutus Atrex detectors...
  6. I am one of the detectorists..who prefer detectors that display not only VDI targets..but also show some graphic information..regarding the signal from the detected object... such a graphic display of the signal/signagraph, spectrograph or hodograph has, for example, Whites Spectra V3 detectors, Aka Signum and the new Aka Intronik as well as my favorite detectors *****Rutus Alter 71 and the new multi-frequency detector Rutus Atrex... One more thing needs to be said here... and that is that modern multi-frequency detectors can already give accurate VDI of targets and the correct graphic signal on various conductive targets - this means that deep low-conductivity targets these detectors will display exactly the actual zone of low-conductivity targets and with accurate VDI of the target as well deep in the mineralized terrain.. and medium-conductive and highly-conductive targets are also shown with very accurate VDI of medium and high conductors - and this enables very effectively only targets with VDI that we want to dig... I will post the Rutus Atrex test that I did with my colleague Prymek7 on his mineralized mountain test field... ...during this test of the Rutus Atrex multi-frequency detector, monitor not only the VDI of the target, but also the quality of the graphic representation and signal of the target on the hodograph.and ...turn on the subtitles...!!! ...at minute 1:55 in the video, a low-conductivity target is tested..
  7. to search for coins in Europe, use a VLF detector - which has 3 important properties.. 1. on the deep program - it has a good depth of detection.. and good VDI on deep targets.. 2. it has a fast program - really good separation in the iron... and in the ideal case... it can give a really correct VDI even when unmasking the target 3.. detector ...do not give too many false signals to iron targets....and it is also important that the VDI of these false signals from iron is not, for example, in the VDI zone of the searched coins.. keep in mind that you can dig up a lot of non-ferrous waste... but you have a better chance of finding good coins...
  8. Simon... Manticore will have more power and sensitivity to small targets..,than Equinox..., and to what extent it will be shown soon...,and more TX in Manticore ..and .will provide good sensitivity to small targets gold also on 11" and 12x15" coils...
  9. You can use Mxt pro, Spectra V3, Garret GTI2500, AKA Signum,... or Rutus Alter71 or Atrex... these detectors are made and have very well adjustable Allmetal, or Mix Mode... the basis of an all-metal detector is a very stable threshold and Sat and VCO settings... and of course a strong static mode ....is important... I personally mostly use Mix mode in these..- which is a combination of static and discriminative mode...-
  10. I think that an 11" coil like... the standard Manticore coil is a good and especially effective compromise between depth and separation.. which is really visible in modern technically advanced detectors with recovery speed settings... .., where the 11" coil... it will really do its job in detection... because it is very effective in detection... .. Of course, if Minelab Manticore will have other additional coils available at the time of its release - that will be another plus...which will increase the sales of this detector even more. As Simon mentioned... for example, a Manticore package with two coils might be a really good idea..
  11. MULTI FREQUENCY 2.0.0 & coils Based on the comments and suggestions of users, we have modified the algorithms in Multi Frequency work. In the following programs: Beach, Swamp, Basic and User1, Multi Frequency is optimized for trouble-free operation on wet ground. In other programs, the Multi Frequency algorithms have been built to minimize iron masking and maximize sensitivity to very small objects. We are changing some technical solutions in Atrex coils. The standard of digital transmission between the coil and the detector is changing. Currently produced coils will no longer be compatible with Alter71, Argo NE, Ultima and will not be supported by Atrex with older software versions. The Multi 2.0.0 and Basic 2.0.0 software automatically recognizes the type of connected coil and supports both old and new types of coils (also Mars MD coils). Software and manual are ready to download. ------------------------------------------------------------------ ..The Rutus ATREX detector... now delivers the new multi-frequency software 2.0.0 - Multi Advance as well as the new multi-frequency software Basic 2.0.0 - with Smart Audio ... ..This software has been tested for a long time../..even by me../..and I personally think that it will pleasantly surprise every ATREX user..
  12. will Manticore be better than Equinox and other other detectors.... Yes, that's really a question for 1950 euros.... ...since several of my colleagues will have Manticore from the first shipment, I will see how Manticore can perform in comparative tests and also in Detection.. my colleague Mike from Top Digin.. had the opportunity to test and briefly detect Manticore at a presentation event in the Czech Republic.. so he ordered it..
  13. FisherSari.... 1st question is.. can multi-frequency give better results than a single-frequency detector?.. Everything will depend on the terrain... because you also have conductive and mineralized terrain... So multi-frequency should give better results as a rule... The second question is... can there be a significant difference between the current multi-frequency detectors? ... ... Yes, this difference exists.., and on certain types of terrain, one multi-frequency detector can be significantly better than other multi-frequency detectors... The last time it was confirmed to me was this weekend on a mountain mineralized test field.. where my colleague Prymek7 recently buried a kind of target line at a depth of 24 cm... - at the limit of detection .. for current multi-frequency detectors.. ......Here it must be said... that this test showed differences in the detectors... also between different multi-frequency programs and also in single-frequency mode... .... some multi-frequency program will provide a greater advantage,, over another multi-frequency program or a single frequency.. also from the point of view of signal detection,, as well as from the point of view of the accuracy of VDI imaging of the deep target.. This was shown with the Rutus Atrex,,, where one type of multi-frequency worked a bit better and best on this type of terrain,, compared to the other multi-frequency mode or 1 frequency.. It was the same with Equinox.800, where it was shown that the Field 1 program really worked better and more stably in this mineralized terrain... compared to the Field 2 program. in the test you can also see... how a large 15" goliath coil can really increase the depth of detection with the Atrex...,., and the detector was able to pass and detect targets just fine... even at the limit depth of 24 cm - for this terrain. .. So we will make an even more difficult line of 3 targets that we will bury at an extreme depth of 27 cm.. read this 3-4 bar mineralized terrain....
  14. I made a translation of Kostas' contribution.... My research is more focused on finding British pounds from the 2nd world war, in this research in addition to metal detectors, geophysical machines are also required to locate caves and warehouses used in those years. by no means can I say that I consider any of my machines as backups, I can say that I have a mixture of machines that cover each other depending on the occasion. The machines I work with are as follows. Ground Penetration Radar 1.MALA GX 160Mhz... 2.MALA CUII RTA 100Mhz. 500-200Mhz... 3.resistivity tomography.4.4 point light 10W...5.Proton magnetometer. PPM Mark VII...6.Pulse inductive metal detector.7. lorenz deepmax Z1. MINELAB GPX 5000...8.vlf metal detector. DEUS 1...
  15. If... Manticore will be a class better than the other best detectors from other manufacturers and will exceed the detection performance of today's detectors, then the price of 1900-2000 euros can be fair considering the depth performance of the detector .....and improved separation...which according to several direct tests of Manticore..my colleague "Mike" from Top Digin,, suggest...that Manticore can be a "game changer".. Current high-end detectors from good manufacturers under 1000 euros are really well-made detection machines..in which I have full confidence..especially when you own 2-3 such well-adjustable detectors...and various coils.. Of course, the best thing will be what Manticore can do on a heavily detected terrain.. and how many other good targets it can detect on such a terrain... and for me that will be the deciding factor.. Manticore will have to surprise with its performance in the field...
  16. https://www.lefouilleur.fr/manuels/comparatif-detecteurs-hautdegamme.pdf
  17. You are right Alain..., the first silver hammereds struck in the given territory,, really has its own charm,,, and such a find is really pleasing.. probably because they are small and delicate works of art.,, but it is also with nice Roman and Celtic coins.. ...I wish you good luck with Deus II in the next detection....πŸ‘
  18. I think Tom D .... had a big influence on the inclusion of a changeable Iron Bias setting as one of the Equinox's features...,, But his field tests reflect the work of the detector in low-mineralized terrain, where the detector on the low recovery speed setting achieves excellent deep results... sometimes almost at the limit of the detector's technical capabilities. I like his comparative separation tests in the field...πŸ‘ Yes, the terrain of higher and high mineralization .. is a different world... and there a completely different detector setting will work optimally... and the practical depth will also be much smaller.. Manticore... from a direct comparison on the test field and in the field right away... from several modern detectors, it appears that this detector has great sensitivity for small targets.. such as 1/24 stater..,, and also excellent separation and depth of detection. ., for various targets placed deep on the test field "and disguised by iron from the side... Test on the golden chain..where Manticore was able to detect the chain from even at a 90 degree angle...it also showed the high sensitivity of Manticore to small targets..definitely beyond the possibilities of Equinox and Deus 2..
  19. From what I heard... from direct tests on the gold chain... so Manticore will have an advantage... compared to today's detectors...
  20. Even when using Spectra V3 on 3F multifrequency, my most used mod was with TX boost on... and using medium and low RX gain... depth gain detector and EMI resistance... In many situations, this mod with TX boost cannot be replaced by another setting... If you want a modern multi-frequency detector to have higher performance... and also have higher resistance to EMI... the only option is to increase the raw TX power... simply increasing the raw power of TX by 50 percent gives good conditions for achieving good and better results... as with detectors of the previous generation... ...this possibility was always there... but the detection companies did not take it fully into consideration...,, and rather focused on the software management of the detector's performance.. I think that now detection companies are starting to understand this and are starting to use TX bost as a decisive parameter to improve detection capabilities...
  21. The Minelab Manticore will be a waterproof detector of a higher class than the Equinox 800, I see Etrac*/CTX functions in a new form... focused on performance.. class A....
  22. Steve... for one more year I would leave the Whites forum as it is... And then you could think about what to do with Whites... I also understand ..Even though there are new models of detector brands now... it's good to always have up-to-date information from Whites users...πŸ‘ ..maybe it will eventually attract many Whites users to the forum...
  23. I admit that the information about the new gold detector from Garrett evoked positive thoughts in me... because just before the trip to Spain, I tested and... compared the ATX on 2 infinium coils /5x10"and 3x7" infinium coils with each other... on mineralized terain, green bazalt,and Iron stone..GB ON/OFF.. and I came to some interesting thoughts... what would Garett managed to achieve with the new PI detector...and new coils.. Somehow I believe that this new gold detector from Garrett... will be a new PI gold detector... you can see from the video... that the square profile carbon shaft itself indicates that it is a light... but powerful detector from the top class/PI/... ., since it was revealed in the study that it is a mineralized terrain... It can be seen that Garrett already takes this class of PI detectors really seriously... and also takes into account weight and ergonomics. Performance...I guess...minimum and level and sensitivity of the PI Garrett ATX ..but I think that after years of development ... the performance will go even further.. and maybe even more options in the settings ..or even in the programs.. and of course, the IRON Check function will also be preserved. they have certainly set the performance parameters high...even in relation to the competition...such as Minelab.. One thing is certain... coils of smaller dimensions will be available for this detector... and at a good price... which were missing for ATX... the only question is ... what will be the ratio of performance and price of this garrett PI detector ... but I want to believe that it will be favorable and strongly competitive against other brands of PI detectors ..πŸ‘
  24. it can really be a meteorite iron meteorite with a high nickel content .. I'm not an expert in this .. but the percentage of nickel .. quickly determine if this is a piece of extraterrestrial origin ..
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